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I have a Kodak A271 72-in-1 Card Reader, can not get the program to load correctly. Have tried to enter the RUN: D:\\SIMSetup.exe solution but system can not find this file, I really need the info. o

Can't get Driver info from disc to load properly. When I go to programs; I can't find the program information (Editor) All that I see is Empty file locations ie.( F:), (G:), (H:) when I have a sim card loaded into reader, it just shows these empty storage places.

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same thing happened to me. I bought a program called search and rescue from Compusa and was able to recover all files and saved to my hard drive. Yes it does sometimes happen to memory cards. How it happened, not sure, but i recovered..good luck art

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SOURCE: "Card not initialized" message

Go into the "setup" menu on the camera, and select "format".lem This will reformat the card and should fix the problem. The manual actually reccomends doing this in addition to using the "delete when copied" function in the Finepix program

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goto to start menu
click on my computer--this will show all drives and devices
find your media reader drive
right click on that--goto properties
click and you'll see different tabs, so go thru each of them
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Posted on Feb 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Olympus 2G xd M card with pictures - error message "clean card" or format

Just had the same issue today. The Olympus Helpdesk told me that the fact I had printed one of the picture from the Xd card in directly inserting the card in the printer slot for Xd created the problem....
The guy from the Helpdesk strongly recommended to transfer the pictures from the camera to the computer exclusively using the USB cable of the camera.
In the end I have saved all my 505 pictures in using the Smart Recovery from PC Inspector but why the hell this problem only happens with Xd cards?

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: MSI Wind Netbook sd card reader failure

For both an MSI Wind running Windows and Mac OSX 10.5.(4,5,6) do the following. Shut down the MSI Wind. Remove the power cord, any USB peripherals, and any SD cards in the slot. Remove the Battery Hold down the power key (with the battery removed for 2-5 seconds)  Release the Power Key Insert the Battery Insert the the Power Supply plug ((do not insert any USB or SD card yet)) Power on the Wind Now, insert the SD card-it should now show up on the desktop (in OSX). That should do it. Now insert any USB dongles/cables etc...
You have reset the PMU and bus start up. Any more Wind Questions?
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